Couple’s Comfort Book: A Creative Guide for Renewing Passion, Pleasure and Commitment

Romance at Your Fingertips

In the tradition of the phenomenally successful The Woman’s Comfort Book, Jennifer Louden brings her masterful sustenance skills to this creative guide filled with ways for couples to stay connected in a busy world. With playful rituals and reliable recipes for making the most of your time together, this is the comprehensive compendium of coupledom.

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3 Comments

  1. Wonderful book! This is a great resource both for new couples (great wedding gift) and for couples who have been together for awhile and would like some creative ideas for keeping or renewing intimacy. You don’t read it cover to cover, use it like a recipe book and try an idea or two every now and then.

  2. Wish I Realized It’s Value Sooner This book could have been so helpful to me. I’m not the type that purchases relationship-advice books, but I could not be happier to have this book in my possession. I truly wish that I had used it more when needed, because it can be so very helpful during the rough times. The chart in the middle of the book, with all the possible emotions and situations that you and your partner will encounter is SO helpful and well-constructed. This book is something you will pull out again and again, and…

  3. A book that will help your long term relationship When you are in a long term relationship you can get stuck in petty resentments that grow, in ignoring common courtesy, and in feeling neglected and put upon. This book (I recommend getting a copy for each, but you don’t have to) provides many great caring exercises, some verbal and some physical, that help keep the caring alive.It is not gushy, or authoritarian in a Doctor Phil way: the author sounds very hman and pleasant. I heartily recommend it.

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